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Come join us for a storytelling session & writing workshop by Sim Ee Waun, author of ‘The House on Palmer Road’.

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This programme is suitable for children aged 8-10.

Come join us for a story telling session & writing workshop by Sim Ee Waun, author of ‘The House on Palmer Road’. Set in 1930s Singapore, the book is about the playful adventures of eight-year-old Sing who lives in a wooden house in Palmer Road together with her enormous family of 12.

Ee Waun will read an exciting chapter from the book, after which she will take participants on a whirlwind trip back in time to old, old Singapore. While they are there, they’ll try their hand at a writing activity and bring home as a souvenir from their time travel.  

This workshop is organised in collaboration with the Speak Good English Movement.

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  • This programme is conducted entirely online. You may access Zoom via the app or using a web browser
  • Please ensure that you enter a valid email address as you will receive an email with the link to the online programme/event near the day of the programme/event
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  • Do ensure you have a strong internet connection. Using your mobile data is not recommended
  • The National Library Board, Singapore (NLB) reserves the right in its absolute discretion to disqualify or refuse admission to any registrant without any reason and notice
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